If you have ever considered getting married in Florence you are not alone. Each year, hundreds of couples from across the globe exchange vows in this magnificent Italian city. With lush, green landscapes, a world-class wine region, and illustrious historical sights, there are plenty of things to see and experience during your wedding in Florence.
Here are 6 Essential To- Do's for making an unforgettable wedding experience in Italy!Having a destination wedding in Italy requires a lot of planning and early preparation. In addition to that, there are many other details you will need to consider when marrying abroad.
Tuscany is all about amazing venues and breath-taking landscapes. It is one of those places that you don’t need to invest millions to make your wedding look amazing. Mother nature already does it all! Everything about this beautiful Italian region is perfect: the wine, the culture, the art, and the nature.
In this post, I’m going to give you all the pieces to the puzzle. This information will give you all you need in order to get married in Italy, and to make it legal in the United States.
Paperwork and bureaucracy has always been a headache for me, and even more so when there are complicated terms and names used. I’m going to explain the entire process to you in the most easy language possible.
If you and your fiancé are both Canadian citizens, and both of you are wondering how to have a civil wedding in Italy complete with a legal validation in Canada, well, you have come to the right place.
In this post, I am going to explain to you the easiest step by step process of what needs to occur in order to get legally married in Italy. Please note that this only applies if both parties are Canadian citizens.
Every girl would want to get married in a place as dreamy and romantic as Tuscany. I know I would. On this post, we will let you in on the ‘what to do’s and how to do it’ in planning a civil wedding ceremony in Tuscany.
Let us talk about the basic legalities first. If you are asking if an Italian wedding ceremony is recognized worldwide, then we say ‘Yes!’ no matter what your citizenship is. Residency is a non-requirement here in Italy. Legal requirements for civil wedding ceremonies in Tuscany varies depending on your citizenship, all will be discussed later on other posts.